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Jason Hatling — CEO Dash Express

Jason is currently the CEO of Dash Express, LLC and has over 22 years of experience in the transportation industry. He has held a variety of management positions, executed acquisitions and spoken at many association conventions and transportation events. Jason and his company specialize in last mile, time critical deliveries. They currently have terminals in Rogers and Duluth, MN with expansion plans in Southern California.

Halloween Story: Dash Express, LLC

scary transportation tale

With Halloween upon us, we wanted to hear a scary story from the carrier community. Dash Express out of Minneapolis, MN shared one of their most frightening moments.

It was a cold wintery afternoon in Minneapolis, MN. The snow started early in the morning and didn’t let up all day. More than 10 inches of wet, heavy snow had fallen by dusk and really put a dent in our delivery performance. We were working onsite at an old, abandoned warehouse in NE Minneapolis that the city had purchased as a storage facility for their overstock of recycling cans. Located on the back side of a dead-end road, next to heavily used railroad tracks, this warehouse appeared to be a prop for an upcoming Stephen King movie.
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- CEO Dash Express

Halloween Story – Dash Express, LLC

scary transportation tale

With Halloween upon us, we wanted to hear a scary story from our carrier community. Dash Express out of Minneapolis, MN shared one of their most frightening moments.

It was a cold wintery afternoon in Minneapolis, MN. The snow started early in the morning and didn’t let up all day. More than 10 inches of wet, heavy snow had fallen by dusk and really put a dent in our delivery performance. We were working onsite at an old, abandoned warehouse in NE Minneapolis that the city had purchased as a storage facility for their overstock of recycling cans. Located on the back side of a dead-end road, next to heavily used railroad tracks, this warehouse appeared to be a prop for an upcoming Stephen King movie.
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